North Carolina Newspapers

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' -s J ata in C -"-Ty, 1ZZ2. Thomas
Un'-tt, ITzrj. 1 Perry and ITae
Tfinslo are freanen.
AH except Mae Window graduated
from iPerquimana High School. Che
received her diploma at X Grange
jKish School The record of all the
. ' .' . !iPerqmman students are very out-
The chief aim of the Farmers Hdme Btandiiijr. .
Ainiwiratlon in Ffcrcjuimans Coun-J Gene Proctor, a forestry major,
ty ia to hc families farm better eoplans to transfer to N. C State to
uney can uve Better, inc ageiK su-
pervised credit program assists those
who cannot- get adequate assistance
In addition, the farm housing roram
ia intended to - help improve rural
hoi"- conditions where needed, ,'E.
L. llorjran; supervisor stated today.
' (Farm operating loans are made to
v enable farmers to buy seed, feed, fer
: tiliier, livestock, equipment; of other
necessities for production.
Farm Ownership loans are made to
eligible applicants to buy, enlarge or
- develop family-type farms.- j; J
- Both farm ownership and farm
operating loans are accompanied by
guidance in good farm practices.
Housing loans are the newest type
credit available at the County Of-
fice here. -Repayable In 6 to S3 yean,
vthey help farm owners construct, im
prove, - repair, ' remodel or, - replace firrfsurer of the Student Government
houses, or other buildings necessary
... to farm operations. - .,
Although Perquimans County bor
rowers, lacked enough security for
bank credit, they have generally made
good with Farmers Home supervised
credit. Most repay their loans prompt
ly, with interest, , and many pay out
months or years in advance. '
Thousands of dollars in increased
buying power are represented in the
greater net wortn i jvha iamuies.
This means not only better business
for local merchants but more tax
money to support schools, roads, and
other public projects. Still more im
portant, it means better food,' clothing,
health, more comfortable homes, and
more educational advantages for the
children. AH this is reflected in the
families' greater participation in
, neighborhood affairs and their leader
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nnrnnizationfl. ' .' ' ' ' ' ' "
The Supervisor is aided greatly in
his work by numerous Individuals and
groups Jiyic, farm, and service or
ganizations,' persons in other branch-
pa or me suite uiiu icucmi oa wi
church, school and community leaders,
county officials, and others. -:
He feels especially fortunate to have
thehelp of the three prominent, suc
cessful . farmers who compose his
County Committee. ' These Committee
men approve applications for Joans,
certify as to' the value of farms, and
perform ' numerous other ' important
continue his studies. Gene has par
ticipated in social activities while at
tending Chowan. He is vice-chairman
of the Men's Judiciary, treasure of the
B. S. U. and Lucalian Society. He is
also manager of the Student Soda
Shop.- i 1
- Ann Onley ia majoring in English
and plans to attend Women's Col
lege next year. Ann was elected the
"most studious" girl of the Sophomore
Class. .She has been editor of the
college paper, Chowanian, reporter for
the B. S. V., and secretary of the
Lucalian Society.
Colon Jackson, Jr., a pro-ministerial
student, was elected "best-all-round-boy"
of the Sophomore Class. He is
president of the B. S. U., chairman
of the Wen's Judiciary, vice-president
of the Lucalian Society, assistant
sports editor of the Chowanian, and
Jean Lonr and PLilo rhlHi were
ho. '.s loJE Thursday eveiirj to the
Hertford Junior Uuaic Club at the
Community (Building at Bethel. ' jfr
At a short business - session, over
which Patricia Riggers' presided, the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing years - , ' , f'
President Jean YongV 1 f
Vice President Charlie Johnson.
Treasurer Sondra Hutchison. ;
Secretary Patricia Bigger. ' i
Corresponding Secretary -Mrs. R.
M. Riddick; ' ;,v-
The club closed its year with over
800 rating points, of which members
are Justly proud.
The topic of the program" for the
evening was "The Opera." AU the
musical selections, most of them en
semble, were taken from various Op
eras. . This follows up the school pro
gram in public school music, w,
The W. S. C S. of the Hertford
Methodist Church-held its monthly
meeting last Monday night, with Mrs.
W. H. Pitt presiding, Mrs. D. F.
Reed read the minutes and reports
were given by the various committee
chairman. Final plans were completed
for the district zone -meeting, held in
Hertford the next day. Mrs. Pitt, out
going president, expressed her thanks
and appreciation to members for hav
ing made her term of office a suc
cess. The Rev. A. L. Chaplin, respond
ed on tthalf of the members and com
mendea her for her work. Mrs. 'J. O.
Felton, newly elected president made
a short talk. : . ..
Mrs. Lawrence Towe had charge of
a pledge service program, the topic of
which was "I Too Shall Give." She
was assisted by Mesdames J. C.
Hutchinson, J. Elton Hurdle, George
Fields, Jr., R. M. Riddick, W. . E.
Colon also lettered in football this
past season with the Uhowan squad,
v Thomas Umphlett is a Business Ed
ucational student Thomas is an as
sistant of the library, member of the
annual staff, and Lucalian Society. He
is also on the Vesper Service Com
mittee of he B. S. U. i
Marjorie Perry is majoring in Re
ligious Education. She is a member
of the annual staff, of the Alathenian
Society, and Y. W..A. Recently she
was appointed devotional leader of
the B. S. U. for next, year. . "
Mae Winslow is a Business Edu
cational student Mae was elected
May Queen this year. She is a library
assitant, member of the Alathenian
Society, and Y,l W, A. She is also
a member of the Student Government
duties. Vj
Making: Chowan
Good At
Six Perquimans County residents
are students at Chowan Junior Col
lege. Two, Ann Onley and Gene
Proctor are to receive their Associate
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Phone 8446 or 3196 Hertford
Dr. Douglas McQueen
will be located in bis offices above the Hertford 'Bank
ing Company on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
Office Hours 2 P. M. Until 5 P. M.
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Drake,' H. C. Sullivan, R. S. Monds,
Jr., and Miss Martha Barnett with
Miss Kate Blanchard at the piano..
A social hour followed the meet
ing with Mrs. Pitt assisted by her
mother, Mrs. T. S. White, Sr.. serving
punch, cup cakes and nuts from a
prettily decorated table covered with
lace doth..."
- CLASS MEETS ' , --
The Young Married People's Class
of Berea Church of Christ held its
meeting Wednesday, May 2.
The meeting opened by singing
"Draw Me Nearer," after which Mrs.
Garland Eure gave the devotional fol
lowed by prayer by Joshua Sutton.
Minutes were read and roll called
by" the secretary, Mrs. Whit Cart
wright A poem was read and a short
business session held. ' ,
For closing the class sang "The Last
Mile of the Way."
The hostess served cakes, candy,
salted peanuts and drinks which were
enjoyed by everyone.
Up To 50 Off
Jewelers Hertford, N. C.
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There b nothing Finer
than to Live in
North Carolina
North Carolina la Jufl, mM many thiags
both wotk and play. It means statewide trout
tUbing Mason is on through August 31 . . . It
means tho Stats American Legion Convention
la Asheville May 31-June 3. It means High
SchooV College and University Graduation
Exercises. It means the Indian Drama "Unto
These Kills" start June 23 at Cherokee and
the "Lost Colony" tarts June 30 at the oppo
site end of the state n Manteo.
Whenever you can lay aside your daily chores,
there is always something to see or do in
North Carolina; and for refreshing relaxation
any time, most of us can enjoy a temperate
glass of beer sold under our State A B C sys
tem of legal control that is working so well.
North Carolina Division
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in these great truck features
' ' Two Great Engines
- Valve-ln-Head Efficiency :-
' Ciue-Flams Combustion
Power-Jet Carburetor
Perfected Cooling
" S ' "mA 4-Way Lubrication'
f - Tharmostatle Heat Control V ,
Csm-Ground Cast Alloy Iron
T; T Ffetjns. . ; .; i-'
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rt ' Rucjed, Rigid Frames .
r Hypold Rear Axles , '
Single-Unit Rear Axis Housings
Wide Range of Springs
New Twin-Action Roar Brakes
New Dual-Shoe Parking Brake
. New Torque-Action- Brakes
Foot-Operated Parking Brake
Steering Column Gearshift
4-Speed Synehro-Mesb
. Transmission
Now Ventlpanes In Cabs
Flexl-Mounted Cab
Improved Full-Width Cab Seat
Adhistabls Seat Assures Proper
Eye Level
Large Door Openings
Side Doors Held Open by Over
Center Stop
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Sturdy Steel Construction
Unit-Design Bodies
Pick-Up Bodies with Flush Skid
Insulated Panel Bodies
Extra-Strong Staks Bodies
Full-Width Gravel Shield
One-Piece Fenders
Counterbalanced Alligator-Jaw
Hood - .
Choice of 12 Colors . '

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